Nick Charles Fetsko

Born: Wed., Aug. 9, 1939
Died: Thu., Mar. 9, 2017


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WAYNESBORO, PENNSYLVANIA

NICK C. FETSKO, age 77, of Waynesboro, PA, was called home at 12:50 PM, Thursday, March 9th, peacefully, at Chambersburg Hosptial, Chambersburg.

Nick was born in Boswell, Pennsylvania on August 9, 1939, and was the son of the late Mary (Wojnarowski) and Nick Fatsko.

He was the husband of Dixie Fetsko who he married on July 17, 1965 in Jenners, Pennsylvania.

He served in the U.S. Air Force in the Vietnam War era; and was a Production Coordinator at Mack Trucks until his retirement.

In addition to his beloved wife, Nick is survived by two daughters, Christine Pryor, and Debra Crouse, both of Waynesboro, PA; three grandchildren adn one great grandchild.

Services will be private.

Arrangments by Lochstampfor Funeral Home, Inc., Waynesboro. To post a condolence leave a note go to www.lochstampforfh@gmail.com

 

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kfgjj
   Posted Tue March 14, 2017
He is not survived by his wife NICK, it's Dixie....geesh

Don Mckenrick
   Posted Mon March 20, 2017
I was sorry to learn of one my old materials buddy,s passing.My condolences to the family. I worked with Nick for many years. He was the best and he was always a big help to me. He was a very respected man for many years at Mack Truucks.He is in good hands now with the Lord.

Paul
   Posted Mon March 20, 2017
I am sorry to see him leave us. I had the pleasure to know him for 30 Plus years working at Mack truck and he never stepped away from helping me. He was a man to be proud to be able to say I knew Nick and respected him!!! May god be with with you in your new peaceful home !!!!!

Paul Muck
   Posted Thu March 23, 2017
Very sorry to have seen another co worker pass, I new Nick for 30 plus years. He helped me through some pretty tough times at Mack Truck. He never turned his back when help was needed. I respected him very highly , very knowledgeable and always fought for the home team. I will always remember him . The good Lord has given him a better place to live on for ever. That should make us all smile! he deserves it.

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